Making Work Work
Scott Hunter, Dawn JosephsonISBN: 0974511102;
Successful organizations consist of a group of enthusiastic, confident, positive people who work together on behalf of a future they have all committed themselves to. But in most organizations, the above observation of what a "successful organization" issimply does not exist. Why is this? Is it because people don?t want to be enthusiastic, confident, and positive? Would they rather be resigned, fearful, and negative? Do people not want to be part of a team? Would they rather be selfish and loners? Of course not. The reality is that we live in a paradigm that is not set up to have truly successful organizations. Which is why, in spite of hundreds of books on organizational effectiveness, most people still struggle trying to make work work. This book exposes the paradigm in which we live with such clarity and in such detail that leaders can finally and effectively take the steps necessary to create the organization they have only dreamed about heretofore.
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